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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 3, 1002.
The town council acting with a
l u nb-pr of citizens Belected the
Bite for the college on* Monday
-afternoon. The north end will be
about 50 fest southeast of the aca
demy, the buildirg will face the
west. It is t ) be 125 feet in length
40 feet in depth ; extreme depth,
including the dinning room and
kitchen, 125 feet. It is to be a three
story building. The first floor will
be devided toto class rooms, the
second floor will consist of audito
rium and dormitory and the third
floor will be used for doimitory
The New York Racket Sto:.. is
d aily opening up the latest and the
newest of the new in fall goods The
early shoppers can now feast their
eyes upon the latest creations asd
oan secure the o earn of thic va~t
display and array merchandise by
calling first. Come, see -?hat tie
Racket Store can show you.
. Your for bargains.
J. W. PEAK
For fresh turnip seed, seed that
will germinate, assuring you of a
good stand, buy Buist's. We have
them in all the popular varieties.
G. L. PENN & SON.
Old newspapers for sale at this |
office for 20 cents per hundred.
WANTED 5 YOUNG MEN from
Edgefield county at once to prepare
for positions in the government
service-railway mail clerks, let
ter carriers, custom houee and de
partment clerks, etc. Apply to
Inter-State Corres. Inst., Cedar
Crayon Portraits enlarged from
small piclu #3 of any kind. Satis
R. H. MIMS.
Plant Buist's turnip seed once
and yon will always plant them.
They are the best on the market.
A fresh supply at
G. L. PENN & SON
FOR RENT-The home of the
late Dr. J. W. Hill, o?- Main street
two blocks from the public square.
For price, .terms, etc., apply to
J H. CANTELOU.
Anyandivery thing in spring
and summer goods can be found at
the New York Racket store. For
the next 30 days all of these good
are on the bargarn counter. Call
early and ask fe-what you want.
Our [?rices for this special sale will
make you wouder how they can be
made for-??o little money.
J. W. Peak.
We are going out of the
Sewing Machine business and will
closeout five Standard sewing ma
chines at invoice cost for cash.
When we say cost we mean it. If
I'ov. need a machine you cannot
afford to miss this opportunity.
^BAMSEX & JONES.
. We are headquarters for paints,
oils,, putty, glass, etc., and prices
are right W. E. LYNCH ? Co.
For sale : Two or three first class
milch cows at reasonable prices.
E. J. Norris
We carry a full line of tooth
brushes, hair brushes, nail hrush
Q% dressing combs, fine combs, etc.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
Trv Lynch's One Night Liver
Regulator. Every box guaranteed.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
We wish to inform our patrons
and the puplic that we have just
received, direct from Buist's seed
farm, turnip seed in all the vari
. etjee, euch as Red or Purple Top,
Flat Dutch. Yellow Aberdeen, Gol
den Ball, Seven Top aud Buist's
G JJ. PENN & SON.
A carload of Rock Hill and Car
olina high grade buggies that are
right up-to-date, which we are sell
ins at a low price. Also a dozen
other kinds for cash or on easy
terms. RAM EY ?I JONES.
EYE GLASSES accurately fitt
ed and guaranteed, for all defects
of eyes. ^(JEO.F. MIMS, Optician.
Can you use a nice 100-pie:e
china dinner set? We will sell
you one for less than you eau buy
it elsewbeie. A beautiful line of
glass ware just received also.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Quite a novel line of swinging
lamps just received. Your bouse
will be brighter if you will hang
one of these lamps in it.
RAMSEY & JONES.
The season is now on for matting
and ian i ol um. We have them in
many beautiful patterns.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Oak bed room and walnut mar
ble top suites. Wardrobes with
French glass doors to match. Iron
beds and springs to fit. Chairs and
tables to fix your rooms up-to-date
if yon want them.
RAMSEY & JONES.
We have the onlv First-Ciase
Barber Shop in Edgefield. Skilled
and courteous barbers always on
band to serve you. Fresh towels
for every customer. Razors, scis
sors and clippers in first-class con
dition. Come to us for your shav
ing, shampooing and hair cutting.
PARLOR BARBER SHOP,
Next door to post-office.
TH? AUGUSTA I
I SAYIN6S BANK. 1
S05 Broad Street. =
SW. B. YOUNG, .... Presidents
SST. G. WB1GLE, - ... Cashiers
g SAVINGS ACCOUTS SOLICITED 2
Sinterest Pat? ou Deposits!
Miss Amanda Boat wright, ol
Aiken, is visiting Mrs. J. E. I
The cotton fields are white unto
the harvest but the pickers are few
Mi8sBe8sie Padgett is visiting
at the home of her brother, Mr. A.
Mr.L.W. Che?tham returned
from Atlanta on Monday very
much improved in health.
Mr. W. W. Coleman has return
ed to Edgefield to resume his law
We have heard of one Afro-Arae
ricau who declined to pick cotton
because it would tan ber complex
"What- fools thefe mortals be,"
the candidates who believed that
all who promised to \o\e for them
would do so.
Miss Lucy Watson, oue of Pleas
ant Lane's beautiful youug ladies,
is visiting her *siBter, Mrs. J. P.
We have juBt received a very
beautiful and comprehensive cata
logue of Winthrop college, compli
ments of Prescient Johusou.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lott, of
Johnaton, spent Sunday in Edge
field with Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Rev.Geo. W. Davis, accompanied
by Mr. A. Fuller Perkins, filled a
spacial fifth Sunday appointment
at. McKendree on Sunday last.
See the card of H0.1. Banks L.
Caughmau in this issue. Mr.
Caughman will bc remembered ft?
the author of the Separate Cia:h
A. S. Tompkins, Esq., left on
Monday afternoon for Monetta.
From there be accompauies Mrs.
Tompkins to Glenn Spriugs, where
she will spend several weeks.
Mrs. Moultrie, eldest daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. L. R. G walt ney,
retuned to her home in Rome.Ga,
yesterday after spending several
weeks in Edgefield.
After spendiug teo day6 iu Bal
timore, New York aud Philadel
phia Mr. and Mrs. WT. H. Xurner
returned on Saturday last. Watch
for the arrival of bales boxes, and
cases of new goods for the Corner
Soon after his graduation from
the South Carolina collage Mr. V>\
H. Nicholson was elected pricipal
of tne school at Baykin Kershaw
county. He left on Thursday la?t
to be ready for the o.ieuinp; day,
Rev. John A. Holland,Jof Ninety
Six, who has scores of friends and
patrons in the county, has had a
prolonged attack of typhoid fever,
but is now rapidly convalescing.
He desires toinform the[peoplo that
this sickness accounts for the seem
ing neglect of business and corre
spondence. It gives us pleasure to
state that Mr. Holland will son be
fu ly restored to health.
JUST LOOK TH RE.
Whence eaine that sprightly
step, faultless skin, rosy complex
ion, smiling face. She looks looks
good, f eel a good, Here's her secret.
She uses Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Result,-all organs active, diges
tion good, no headaches, no chance
for the ''blues". Try them yourself,
at G. L. PENN& son drug store.
The building committee, who
hae charge of the erection of the
eollege building, through the influ
ence and aid of Mr. D. A. Tomp
kins, procured the plans and speci
fications for $175 00 less than they
would have cost without his assis
tance. Whenever Ihe opportunity
presents itself Mr. Tompkins
proves himself to be a friend to our
SHATTERS ALL RECORDS.
"For years I suffered euc a untold
miiery from Bronchitis", writes J.
H- Johnston, of Broughton, Ga
that often I was unable to work.
Then when everything else failed,
1 was wholly curej by Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption.
My wife suffered intensely from
Asthma, till it cured her, and all
experituce gees to show it is the
best Croup medicine in the world.
A trial will convence you it's un
rivaled for 1 hroat and Lung di
seases. Guarantee:! bottles 20c
and $100. Trial bottles free to at
Farmers, bring your cotton and
cottonseed (ifyou sell theD. ) t ?
Edgefield. Our market has four
cottou buyers and five seed buyers
who wi I always give honest
weights and pay the highest
Messrs. Ramsey & JoueB have
recently been receiving carloads of
furniture, vehicles,etc. They have
for some time been forced to rent
an additional store for ihe reserve
Bto.-k of their increasing business.
It seems now that they will soon
need a third store.
LOOK PLEASANT, PLEA P.
Photographer C. C. Harland, of
Eaton 0., can do so now, though
for years he couldn't because he
sufsered untold agony from the
worst form of indigestion. All
physicians and mediciues failed to
help bim ti 1 he tried Electric
Bitters, which worked wonders for
him that he declares they are a
godsend to sufferers from dyspep
sia aud stomach troubles. Unriva
led for d?8eapes of the Stomach,
Liverand Kidueys, they bvild up
and give new life to the whole sys
tem . Try them. Only 20c. Garan
tee! by G. L. PE NN <fr eon.
J V I4BSOLUTEEV1
Makes the food more dc
_ROYAL BAKINO POV
Rev. Mr. A. J. Reamy left O?
Mc.uday afternoon for his home in
Read the card of Gen. G. Dun
can Bellinger in this issue. He
has made many frietds in Edge
field who will vote for him in the
second primary. .
Forbid that the revival, with its
consequent zeal and enthusiasm,
should waue aud the Christains
grow cold and indifferent; ou the
contrary, may it continue iu the
hearts and homes of the people of
Edgefield, town and county.
Misses Ruth and Lizette Ran
dall, who have been spending the
summer in Edgefield at Judge N.
L. Brunson's, returned to Augus
ta yesterda}'. They will be very
much missed by the Buncomites
and others who have had the good
fortune to make their acquaintance
during their short but pleasaut
sojourn here. Come again, ladies.
On account of the heavy corn,
wheat and oat crop throughout
the Northwest, which is now made
aud safe, staple groceries-bacon,
lard, flour and meal-should soon
decline in price. This meaus a
cheaper "full diuner-pale" to those
who have the necessities t) buy.
The 8eri38 of meetings conducted
for more than a week in the Bap
tist church by Rev. A. J. Reamy
closed on Monday moru ug last
with the baptismal Bervice. Th?
followiug were received into the
church by letters from other church
es: Mrs. C. J. Ashley, Mrs. M. E.
Merriman, Mrs. N. M. Jones, Mr.
and Mrs. CA. Branson, Mrs. J.
P. OuztB, who tor several years has
been a member of the Methodist
c'iurch. was received into the Bap
fist church. The ordinance of bap
tism was administered to the
following: Misses Ruth Cogburn,
Lizzie Lou Jon??.?. Christine Tomp
kins, Annie Bell Corley, Lillian
Smith, Elliot Hardy, Masher John
Sheppard,Master Carroll Cogburn,
Mr. Alex. Watson.
Buncombe or North Edgefield.
The town of Edgefield ia now
north bound, gravitating north
ward. For the past decade the
growth of the towu has been east
ward, southward aud westwaid
During the past few years, how
ever, the tide has been deflected to
northeast; now the saws will buzz,
the hammers riug and the trowels
will make merry music in the heart
o' Buncombe. The colleee is a
great blessing to all Edgefield but
an-especial blessing to Bun >cmbe.
That portion of the town is distinc
tly and distinctively a residence
section and a modern college
? builditig*i8 a mont desirable ac
quisition to it. Besides the merry
laugh of the students, the bursts
of college boy oratory aud sweet
strains of music there will ernan
nte from its walls a refiuiug influ
ence that will be a benediction to
its neighbors. Liketh.i old Inde
pendence bell which "proclaimed
liberty throughout the hind to all
the inhabitants thereof" the peals
of the college bell will carry joy
and gladufcss unspeakable through
out North Edgefield and to the in
habitants thereof. Buucombe has
waited without a murmur for for
tune's smiles aud favors aud the
reward for her waiting ie the be?
towal of the brightest jewel in Ed
gefields diadem-the college.
Stops the Cough
and works off the Cold.
Laxative Bremo-Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. Xo cure, > o pay
Price 25 cents.
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Fowler, of
Ottjmwa, Iowa, arrived in Edge
field on Saturday afternoon last
to spend some time with Dr. and
Mrs. H. Parker.
Every farmer knows that
some plants grow better than
others. Soil may be the same
and seed may seem the same
but some plants are weak and
And that's the way with1
children. They are like young
plants. Same food, same home,
same care but some grow big
and strong while others stay
small and weak.
Scott's Emulsion offers an
easy way out of the difficulty.
Child weakness often means
starvation, not because of lack
of food, but because the food
does not feed.
Scott's Emulsion really feeds
and gives the child growing
Whatever the cause of weak
ness and failure to grow
Scott's Emulsion seems to find
it and set the matter right.
Send for free sample.
Scott & Bowne, Chemists, 409 Pearl St., New York
50c. and Ji.oo; all druggists.
Notwithstanding th? short, tine
that Mr. 0. Sheppard, Jr. has been
connected with the large oil mill
at Eagau Ga, he has been promated
to night superintendent. Mr.Shep
pard has a bright future befor him
in the industrial field. We congrat
?lfcious and wholesome
*PER CO., HEW YORK.
CARDS OF THANKS.
Editor of the Chronicle: Please
allow me space in your paper to
thank the voters of Edgefield coun
ty for the support given me in the
primary of the 26th. I trust that ?
shall be further remembered by
them in the second election. I prom
?se, if elected Railroad Commission-,
er, to do al 11 can for th e peoples' in
B. L. CAUGHMAN.
Mt. Willing, S. C., Aug.29, 1902.
Mr. Editor: I desire tl rjugh
your columns to express my pro
found gratitude to my many friends
and supporters throughout the coun
ty for their loyal support given me
in my recent race for the office of
Auditor as shown by the hansome
vote I received, and to assure them
of my highest possible appreciation
of the same. While lam grateiul
to my friends for their support, at
the same time I wish it distinctly
understood that I entertain no ill
feeling whatever towards any of
those wno saw fit to support my
worthy opponent. I am glad to feel
that 1 have been able toso conduct
my campaign as to make to ene
mies, at least this has been my in
. H. W. DQBEY.
Editor Chronicle: Please allow
me space to thank tho voters of
Fdgefield County for the support
given me in the Primary of August
26th. Whilelhave been defeated,
I have made many warm friends
and I entertain for the people the
same regard that I have for them
when I entered the race. 1 bow to
their wishes and will say if nothing
prevents will ask their support
again two years hence.
A. A. (JLOVER
Mr. Editor : Permit me through
your columns to express to the
pet pie of Edgefield county my
grateful appreciation for the com
pliment they paid me by the flat
tering vote which J received in
the firBt primary, I lhank ray.
friends mort cordially for their
past support and now that I am in
the second primary. I ask a con
ti. ii:..:ive o: this kULj,?,?t. I pro
pose to?make the second race upon
a high plane as I did the first and
respectfully solicit the suffrage of
W A. BYRD.
Editor EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER:
Dear Sir: Please allow me space
in your paper to thank the people
of Edgefield ounty for their sup*
p >rt of August 26 ultimo. Words
are inadequate to express the
thankfulness of my heart to the,
dear people of every section of the?
County for the confidence they
reposed in me, by giving decidodly
tho largest majority of any Candi
date who had au opponent in this
campaiu, or any other campaign
within ray recollection. I can
truthfully say that I won tli? vic
tory without saying an unkind
word or casting an unkind insinu
ation against my worthy, jost, and
fair opponent, or any other candi
date in the cum pain.
I shall use every vestige of power
with which God has endowed me
to merit the esleem in which my
fellow countrymen hold me. By
the help of God, I intend to try to
conduct myself both publicly and
privately in such a manner that
not a 6iugle man who cast his vote
for me can have just cause to say
that he was sorry for his support.
D. D. PADGETT.
To the people of Edgefield County :
I ask leave to express to you my
sincere thankf and deepest grati
tude for the good support that you
gave me, in the primary Aug. 26th
last. However as I did not quite
reach a majority of the whele num
ber of votes cast, as required by
our party law, I will have to in
obedience to that law (of which I
have uo criticism to make)ask you
to bear with mea little longer and
pardon my further infringement
on your good nature.
I thank all of th J people of
Edgefield county for their courtesy
and their uniform hospitality
every where, to me and to all the
candidates in our canvas before the
Having already expressed my
views to you on all the issues be
fore you. J have no other pomises
to make save that if elected, to
serve you houestly, faithfully and
'i .'way ll:'.:' T knowhow.
Again thanking vou I remain.
M. P. WELTJ$.
ALL WERK SAVED.
Whence came that sprightly step
faultless skin, rich, rosy complex
ion, smiling face. She looks good,
feels good. Here's her secret. She
uses Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Resull,-all organs active, diges
tion good, no headacl.es, no chauce
for "blu*s". Try them yourself.
Only 25c at G. L. PENN, & son
J?OR each Congressional district
in Scmth Carolina, and two for
the state at large in KiugsMouutain
Military Academy, Yorkville,S. C.
These scholarships will be awarded
by our repr?sentatives and senators
strictly upon merit, in tba same
manner as the award of scholar
ship to West Point.
For full information addrees
your Representative, or one of our
W. G. STEPHENSON, Supt.,
: HANDSOME N
: : : BUILDING FOR
The Twelfth sesssion for the
nesday, October let, 1902.
The mai? builping, which v
immediately rebuilt upon a
Three hundred and fifty-nir
One hundred and sixtyy-ni
Our gradu?tes are always ir
Large faculty, representing
Thorough courses of study le
B.S. and A.B.
Best advantages offered in d
Practical business courses
Strict military regulations
The general vetdict is that o
velopment of character as w
Applications for rooms in d
Necessary expense for eutir
If you contemplate patroniz
portant that you write for ci
The fire will in no way intei
institute on October 1st.
For further infor
"Feed My Lambs."
It is quite opportune, now that!
the protracted meetingb of our j
towu and those throughout the I
county are just over, to admonish
the Christian people to encourage
and strengthen those who havei
resolved by the help of the Lord,tOj
travel for the remainder of their
sojourn on earth the straight and
narrow way tbat leadeth to lifo
eternal. Not only bid them God
speed on their pilgrimage io the
spirit land but sn cor and support
them hy your prayers, sympathy
and words of encouragement.
Heed the scriptural injunction,]
"Feed my Lambs,'. Those who have'
not yet . nlisted under the banuerj
of the Prince of Peace should,
refrain from ridiculing or urging|
them to return to sinful and ques
tionable indulgences that they
were*wont to engage in. The Lord
will not hold him guiltless who
places stumbling blocks in the
pathway of those who are striving |
to. lead a godly life.
Edgefield Men in Demand.
Capt. J. Hampden Brooks, a for
mer Edgefield citizen, who repre
sents a type of soathern gentle
man which i s rapidly becom
ing extinct, recently headed the
.twjket for re-election to tho House
of- Representatives from Green
wood county. Edgar L. Ready, who
is awoithy sou of a uoblesire, also
occupies first place on th? Saluda
delegation. When wo consider that
this is the first appearance in the
political aiea of this aggressive and
progressiveyouug man the compli
ment is the greater. Next, the in
telligence -comes that James E.
Peurifoy,a former son of Edge
field, now a prominent young
lawyer of the Colleton bar, leads
for the state 9enate from that
county. This was also the first
time Mr Peurifoy asked the suffrage
of the people. All of these gentle
men were elected over competitors
on the first ballot. Edgofield men
usually command a premium it
the political market.
EDGEFIELD, S. C., Sept. 2, 1902.
Editor ADVERTISER :
As an act of justice, I beg that
youpublisb the followiug :
i4A Friend of Mr. Croft", pub
lished on the eve of the last pri
mary in thc Aiken and Barnwell
papers, an article very unfair in
statement and calculated and in-'
tended to injuriously affect the
candidacy of his opponent,G. Dun
can Bellinger. This article appear
ed on Wednesday, the 20th of Au
gust, iu the last issue of the coun
ty papers preceding the primary
and thus giving no opportunity for
reply before said primary. Among
other statements made in the ar
ticle was the prediction that Bel
linger could carry but one county,
Barnwell, whereas,the result show
ed that he carried four counties
Barnwell, Hampton, Bamberg and
Out of the seven in the district,
these are the counties in which I
am bestknowu. Mr. Croft carried
but one county, his own, Aiken.
The political record of Mr. Croft
aud myself, certauJy, to some
extent, affected the reeult ir. these
lower counties. I have been a con
sistent supporter of the nominees
of the Democratic party since 1876
and the chairman of the county
Democracy J rom 1890 to 1902, iu
clusive,wherea8, Mr. Croft, accord
ing to his public statement in a
speech delivered at Barnwell at the
regular campaign meeting in July,
voted for Samps Pope, the inde
pendent Republlicau candidate
against the Democratic nominee in
1894. G. DUNCAN BELLINGER.
TO CURE.'A COLD IN ONEDAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
All dru??i'st.s refund the mon?-y if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
is on each box.
The amateur photographer is
generally a pessimist for he takes
theworet view of every thing.
This aigDaturo ia on every '>ox of tho eenuin?
Laxative oromo'Quinine T?bi?ta
tho re rood)- that cures a cold la one day
E W B R I c K : :
THE s. c, c. r. : : : :
> S. C. CI. will begin Wed
V&8 destroyed by fire, will be
larger and more modern plan.
ie students last session,
best colleges and universities,
jading to tho degrees of B. E.,
epartment of music.
-Stenography, Typewriter, and
observed in all departments,
ur students show splendid de
ell as intellect.
ormitory are coming in every
e session from $100 to $125.
iing our institution it is im
ltalogueand application blank
?fere with the opening of the
?. N. K. BAILEY,
List of letters remaining in the Post
Office at Edgefield C. H., July 25th
Caney Raterson, Fannie Hauls,
MilledgeTomson William Canting
G. H. Corley John Butier Gist
Pugh W. B. Wood Will iam Rrooks
Johuie Anderson Jas. Irving.
When asking for letters on this list
W. H. ??u.Nsox. P. M.
The Best Prescriptions for Malara
Chills and Fever is a bottle of GHOVE'S
TASTELESS CHILL TONIC. It is simply
.iron and quinine in a tasteless form
No cure-no Dav. Price 50c
Mm Your Weignt
Reduce your fat and be re
fined. Refine your fat and
be reduced. "Reducto"
is a perfectly harmless veg
etable compound endorsed
by thousands of Physicians
and People who have tried
We send you the Formula
and you make "Reducto" at
home if you desire, yon
'know full well
need have no
fear of evil ef
fects. Send $1.00
for receipt or 6c
for sample treat
mailed in plain
fiinseng Cneiical Co.
3701 sjerrcRsoN AVE
ST LOUIS MO
FOR SALE-A Columbia chain
less bicycle in fine running order.
Has automatic brake and the tires
are in good condition. Reason for
selling: EdgefiVld is so densely
populated that there is not room
enough for wheels on the sidewalks
of the metropolitan city. Apply at
A. F. PERKINS.
GREENVILLE, S. C
Will begin next session on
Wednesday, September 17, 1902.
Location convenient and healthful.
Courses of study elective or lead
ing to B. A. and M. A. degrees.
A Postal Card
Will bring a NEW DOMES
TIC sewing machine io yonr
home for inspection. The
NEW DOMESTIC was awarded
the gold medal, the highest
award given at the Pan
American exposition. When
you see and know what this
machine is you will have no
other. Call on or write to
J. E. ROGERS,
Trenton, S. C.
Wo fiord College,
H N SNYDER, M A. PRES.
Full College Coures, Favorable
surroundings. The best influeuces.
Necessary expenses from $160 to
$172 for the year. For catalogue or
other information, apply to
J. A. GA ME WELL, Secretary
Wofford ? College,
SPARTANBURG, - - S.C.
Elegant new building. Careful
attention to individual student.
Board and tuition for year,$110.
All information given bv
A. M. DuPRE,
I THE F ARMEES BANK |
I . OF EDGEFIELD, S- C. ?
I STATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITOKY. |
I THE LAR I t WRONGEST ?N EDGEFIELD COUNTY |
? , .$ 58,000.00 I
s Paid av Capital.- *. 15,000.00 S
1 Surplus andi Undividedrofi.. . 58,000.00 ?
I Liability of StockMders. .^IQOQOO i
I Protection to Depositors..." ''".'^ t'0 tbc aDOve ?
S Wc invite attention of those ^siring a ^.c?cpo^oxj for then, ^ =
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LITHIA SPRINGS AND HOTEL White Stone, S. G.
Eight miles from Spartanburg, South Carolina, the newest and
BEST OE SUMMED RESORTS
The Whitestone Lithia Water is now justly famous. The sprihga
are within a few steps of the hotel and localed beautifully by na
ture. The HOTEL is brand new in construction, magnificent io
equipment, elhgant in appearance Electric lights and water works
Excellent culinary department, finely furnished rooms, Specially
engaged orchestra for the entertainment of guests, Delightful
shades and pleasant walks. The railroad station is Rich Hill, S C,
and the hotel is reached in a ten mi nutes ride. For rates or other
information Address : WHITE STONE LITHIA SPRING,
. H. A. WEST, Manager.
fe Watch this space for the advertisement of %
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I Buggies, Wagons,
j Undertakers' Sup
G. P. aOBB,
JOHNSTON, S. C.
TEEW EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN ~^ \
14 YE?R5 PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE J
Th0 CORNER STORE
Now announces their cut price
nClearaDce Salen H
prepaiatory to leaving for the
Eastern markets in August.
This sale covers everything
from your -
HAT TO YOUR HOSIERY!
and commences on July 21st,
and ForCash Only
Reader, this means much to
the buyers. Respectfully,
m W. H. TURNER Xl
R. H:, M I M S,
TELE, S. O.
strictly up-to-date. Have you a
photograph of each member of your
family. Good work at low prices.
Watch this Space for
the Advertisement of
T. A. OWDOM,
1st door East of Advertiser Building
W' J. RUTHERFORD.
R. B. MORRIS.
W. J. RUTHERFORD & CO
AND DEADERS IN
Lime, Cement Plaster, Hair
Fire Brick, Fire Clay,
Ready Roofing and
"VSTx-ito TTs F"or Pricer
Corner Reynolds and Washington Streets,